I'm sure by now, most of you have probably heard of the demise of professional wrestler Chris Benoit. Of course, information is still emerging, but apparently, police currently think that Chris first murdered his wife and son then hung himself. Okay, that's extremely disturbing all by itself, but this morning I was surfing my way through MySpace (I know, for all of you cool early adopting tech people … it's so yesterday, but I'm a techno-snail so I'm just figuring out this whole social networking concept thingy …) … anyway … the part of this whole sordid tale is that there are TONS of "Chris Benoit Tribute Pages" that have been posted. It might just be me, but shouldn't posting a tribute page to someone who allegedly has murdered his wife and child just strike people as something that is WRONG, WRONG, WRONG??? Now, I have been a professional wrestling fan since I was a little tyke (Saturday afternoons!!!), but as an adult I HAVE come to the understanding that it is, after all is said and done nothing more than "entertainment." It just makes me confused that so many people have so thoroughly divorced themselves from reality that they cannot see that a woman and child are dead … probably by his hand and one just DOESN'T pay tribute to that.